THE MONEY MARKET.
STOCK EXCHANGE, FRIDAY. The anticipation of a satisfactory settlement of the Belgian question had its in- fluence on Saturday's market. Stocks were firm, and speculators for a rise eon& .dent. Consols closed at 8:3 to 834; Exchequer bills left off at 7s. to 8s. premium ; and foreign Stock generally • was higher than on Friday. There was at slight depression on Monday and Tuesday, chiefly caused by the intelligence of the Bristol riots, or rather by the apprehension of the spirit displayed there extending to other pieces. To-day. after an opening which gave hopes of a firm market, there was a second reaction, produced by the report of cholera having broke out at Sun- derland. The reason why disease should affect the funds is not very obvious ; but it is evident, that any regulations for its suppression, which will hamper commercial intercourse, must affect transactions in consols as well as all others where credit is an element. Consols close at 324 4; in Exchequer bills there is no difference.
CLOSING PRICES OF STOCKS ON FRIDAY.
Bank Stock .... 192 3 8 per Cent. Red. 81* 4. 8 per Cent. Consols 824 I Consols for Acct. 824 ft 34 per Cent. New 994 Long Annuities 161 9-16 Ex. Bills, 10001.7s. bs.pm. India Bonds 2s. Is. dis.
India Stock 196 7 Brazilian 44 Chilian . 16 18
Colombian . 11 12
654 4 Greek....... 231 64 Mexican 33 33 Peruvian 10 It Portuguese 50 1 Russian 984 SHARES.
Boianos.. 110 120
Brazilian . 44 45
Columbian 5 7
AngloMexican 14 16 United Slexican 3 4 Spanish.. 124 3 • Ditto, New 11